Modern Family (2009– )
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Summer Lovin' 

Haley loses out on Andy and gets back with Dylan. Alex and Sanjay plan their breakup for when they leave for school. Mitchell takes up art instead of finding a new job. Jay and Gloria try to get Joe in a good preschool.


James Alan Hensz (as Jim Hensz)


Christopher Lloyd (created by), Steven Levitan (created by) | 2 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ed O'Neill ... Jay Pritchett
Sofía Vergara ... Gloria Delgado-Pritchett
Julie Bowen ... Claire Dunphy
Ty Burrell ... Phil Dunphy
Jesse Tyler Ferguson ... Mitchell Pritchett
Eric Stonestreet ... Cameron Tucker
Sarah Hyland ... Haley Dunphy
Ariel Winter ... Alex Dunphy
Nolan Gould ... Luke Dunphy
Rico Rodriguez ... Manny Delgado
Aubrey Anderson-Emmons ... Lily Tucker-Pritchett
Jeremy Maguire ... Joe Pritchett
Adam Devine ... Andy
Justin Kirk ... Charlie Bingham
Reid Ewing ... Dylan Marshall


Haley tries to stop Andy from proposing to Beth, which forces herself and Andy to come to terms with their real emotions; Phil and Claire try to help Haley and Andy, but they only complicate matters; Cam attempts to get Mitch to return to work.

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Comedy | Romance


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Release Date:

23 September 2015 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Pasadena, California, USA

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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Mitchell's hat makes him look a bit reminiscent of some of Vincent Van Gogh's self portraits. In the first season, in Modern Family: Starry Night (2010), while Luke is working on a school project about Van Gogh, he picks up a picture of the artist and says: "Hey dad, he kind of looks like Uncle Mitchell... if Uncle Mitchell were insane!" See more »


References The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2011) See more »


Modern Family Main Title Theme
Written by Gabriel Mann
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Summer Lovin' - S07E01
15 December 2018 | by rganSee all my reviews

Picking up right where season six closer "American Skyper" left off, this uniquely told continuing narrative spanning three months deals with each house's leftover storyline from the previous season, however the extended period the narrative takes place across leaves each story feeling lacking as they can't be delved deeper into before another time jump. While an intriguing premise, this style of storytelling feels odd for the platform of this sitcom. Adam DeVine shines in the scenes he's in, however the return of Reid Ewing's Dylan feels a tired trope for this series, especially for a season premiere. While not necessarily bad, "Summer Lovin'" is an underwhelming start for this seventh season of the long-running series.

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